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6. Suddenly instead of rolling at the viewer, the surface area of the object that precedes the top of the object's raised surface feature seems to start to tip or tilt towards the viewer. This signals the beginning of phase one of the illusion, "The Valley." 7. The fantastic light blending and light changing has started. The light from the top of the object seems to stop and remain while the object itself is obviously still moving and rolling forward. The bottom area or regions of the object continue forward and down at the same time. The "snail," shape of the object becomes greatly exaggerated. The light from the top of the object somehow seems to stay where the actual real surface was while the bottom of the object spreads down and the entire scene seems as if it's closer to you as the object itself seems as if it's opening wide. - The surface area that precedes the raised area seems as if it expands or lengthens. - A very bizarre effect that is very hard to realize when you are actually seeing this effect. - Later after the shadow has been cast and the shadow has traveled across the object seconds before the shadow strikes and draws the squiggly line, suddenly the object reaches some sort of lower critical point. - At this point the light from the object's upper regions is no longer being left behind and blended and or mixed and or tied into the light in the same way. - At this new lower point it is as if the object has suddenly reemerged or fallen away from the Moon and is suddenly seen down lower actually turning or rolling again very similar to or possibly exactly like the way it was rolling before it started to tilt instead of roll at the point were the light blending and the first sight of the valley happened in the first place.

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